Plagiarism, Personality-Driven Leadership, and the Problem With Evangelicalism

George Whitefield

Update: New developments in the Mefferd-Driscoll storyline can be found over at Warren Throckmorton’s blog post, “Janet Mefferd Removes Evidence Relating to Charges of Plagiarism Against Mark Driscoll; Apologizes to Audience.” Updated 12/4/13 @ 5:14 pm EST The recent dust-up within evangelical circles over accusations of plagiarism highlights one of the problems with the personality-based [Read More...]

The Rise of Progressive Evangelicalism

Wallis - God's Politics

For most of its history, evangelicalism comfortably housed progressive elements within the movement.  Some scholars, such the late Timothy L. Smith and Donald Dayton, have argued that the natural tilt of evangelicalism is towards progressive social action.  However, one need not fully embrace that thesis to recognize that historically, some branches of the movement demonstrate a [Read More...]


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